Friday, January 21, 2011

Quantitative Easing

OK.  So this is the way to blog.  Find something on youtube that someone else has put a lot of time and effort into, put it up on your blog and WALA!  An awesome post.  Hey, it's what all the kids are doing.  Way less work this way too.  Why didn't I think of this before.  Wait a tic.  Stealing someone else's work and trying to take credit for it is what liberals do.  The horror!!



8 comments:

Karl said...

Good afternoon MRM,

Perhaps it's how you're looking at it. You're not stealing their work. You're helping to get their message out. They really should be thanking you.

Milk River Madman said...

Karl,
You're right. It's not like I'm taking credit for it. This is a good vidoe though. Very frightening as to what the long term implications are to the economy.

Karl said...

They are good. I saw the link that Buzz posted in earlier comments and followed it. These folks do a pretty good job of explaining how bad the situation is in simple terms.

Milk River Madman said...

Karl,
I just now followed Buzz's link and its the same clip I found this morning. Great minds thinking alike. A glass of Canadian whiskey will be raised in Buzz Kill's honor.

Tanaya said...

Tight monetary policy created and perpetuated the Great Depression, so loose money should fix the recession, right? Wrong. Plosser, the Philly fed president, said this week in a speech in Chile, that despite the dual mandate (full employement, stable dollar and prices), the fed is really only capable of promoting short term price stability. Further, he thinks that the the U.S. Govt is asking too much of monetary policy when they should be actually be relying on fiscal policy.

chickory said...

not only does it do a good job in explaining the situation but it understands the infantilization of the general public. thanks for sharing now where is my blankee? grrrrehahahaha

we should have taken our medicine before TARP 1 and 2, and faced our destiny. this is a long postponement of the inevitable.

moi said...

Forget Stephen King. Stay up at night with The Creature from Jekyll Island : A Second Look at the Federal Reserve. Pennywise the Clown has nothing on the Fed.

Boxer said...

here's a great way to leave a comment: whatever Karl, Chickory and Moi say? I agree with! aahahhahahaha.

:-)